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Elmer N. and Margaret M. Modlin papers, 1987, 1996.

Author: Elmer N Modlin; Margaret M Modlin
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains two manuscripts by Margaret M. Modlin and two by Elmer N. Modlin. One manuscript by Margaret Modlin, "In Silence and Exile," is a somewhat autobiographical story of a painter who received little assistance or encouragement from her family, neighbors, or government, and who thus sought a new beginning in another country. The other manuscript by Margaret Modlin, "Portaits of Henry Miller,"
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
History
Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Henry Miller; Elmer N Modlin; Margaret M Modlin; Henry Miller; Elmer N Modlin; Margaret M Modlin
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elmer N Modlin; Margaret M Modlin
OCLC Number: 44499170
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#4977).
Description: 7 items (0.5 linear ft.).
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The collection contains two manuscripts by Margaret M. Modlin and two by Elmer N. Modlin. One manuscript by Margaret Modlin, "In Silence and Exile," is a somewhat autobiographical story of a painter who received little assistance or encouragement from her family, neighbors, or government, and who thus sought a new beginning in another country. The other manuscript by Margaret Modlin, "Portaits of Henry Miller," discusses the Modlins' relationship with Miller.

One manuscript by Elmer Modlin, entitled "A Poem in My Pocket," is dated February 1996 and contains poems, many on Christian religious themes, written 1977-1996. The other manuscript, "Nagasaki and I," is an account of Modlin's experiences as the first American ashore at Nagasaki, Japan, after the atomic bomb was dropped there in 1945 ending World War II. There are also three photographs relating to Modlin's Nagasaki experiences.

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